Finding The Most Affordable 5G Mobile Plans In Malaysia

We’ll take a look at the prepaid and postpaid plans from a few telcos.
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5G speeds are finally becoming more accessible in Malaysia, but finding the cheapest plan can feel overwhelming. This guide will break down the options for budget-minded users, exploring several options.

Yoodo (CelcomDigi): Yoodo offers the most flexibility, letting you customise and add whatever you want to a plan. You can choose between High-Speed or Unlimited data plan. Once you’ve selected your plan, you can customise it by choosing your desired data quota, hotspot allowance, voice minutes, and other options. Plans can be as affordable as RM12 per month.

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    Yes FT5G Prepaid Unlimited: This RM30 per month plan offers truly unlimited data, perfect for heavy streamers and downloaders. It has 12GB hotspot quota for 5G and 4G and unlimited calls. Take note that while 5G has uncapped speed, the 4G goes up to 7 Mbps only.

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    Hotlink Postpaid 45: This option from Hotlink gives you 30GB of data (with an additional 30GB bonus for 5G specifically + uncapped speed) for RM45. It also includes unlimited high-speed hotspot and calls, making it a well-rounded budget choice. There’s an ongoing promotion where you will get a RM10 rebate for 6 months.

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    U Mobile Postpaid 38: U Mobile has one of the most affordable postpaid plans for RM38 per month with 5G access, offering 120GB data with hotspot that uses data from that 120GB pool. This plan also includes unlimited calls within Malaysia.

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    Unifi Mobile Uni5G Wow 35: This RM35 monthly prepaid plan offers unlimited data and uncapped speed for 5G plus 10GB for hotspot. It also has unlimited calls.

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      Here are the things to consider when choosing a plan:

      • Data Usage: How much data do you typically use per month? Don’t subscribe to a plan with insufficient data and/or speed.
      • 5G Coverage: Check with your carrier to see if 5G coverage is available in your area. There’s no point paying for 5G if you can’t access it.

      Remember, these are just a few options – always compare plans from different providers to find the best fit for your needs and budget. Check telcos websites or visit their stores for the latest deals and promotions.

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